Need info on this coin?

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by enterwrong, Jan 16, 2020.

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  1. enterwrong

    enterwrong New Member

    Any info would be appreciated. I know its Roman.
     

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  3. Thomas c

    Thomas c Veni, vidi, vici, Julius Caesar

  4. Justin Lee

    Justin Lee I learn by doing Supporter

    Hi, welcome to the forum. It's great to see your first post after 7 years! We're you considering asking for information about your coin back then? It appears you have already recently recieved a fair amount of information via a couple posts on Facebook groups about 2 weeks ago and again 2 days ago. Is there anything else that you need help with?
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    Where did you get this coin back then? Did someone leave/give it to you? Did you purchase it? What do you find interesting about ancient coins? Do you have any other ancient coins in your collection?
     
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  5. Pellinore

    Pellinore Supporter! Supporter

    I don’t think the envelope fits this coin. The writing says “Const. de Gr.” I believe. Dutch for Constantijn de Grote or Constantine the Great.
     
  6. enterwrong

    enterwrong New Member

    This coin was given to me in the netherlands from an elder. I have 1 other roman coin I can post for information. Yes I have posted in a few groups on facebook but being that I am not familiar with coins I wanted to broaden? Included is the other coin I have. I would like to know value of BOTH coins if able? Ive had these in my possession for 20 years or so. Thanks
     

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  7. Justin Lee

    Justin Lee I learn by doing Supporter

    This one appears to be Constantine (IMP CONSTANTINVS PF AVG) with Mars on the reverse (MARTI PATRI CONSERVATORI) from the Trier mint (PTR) with T/F in fields.
    http://numismatics.org/ocre/id/ric.6.tri.831

    Some "similar" examples on Vcoins:
     
  8. Justin Lee

    Justin Lee I learn by doing Supporter

    Something about the portrait (nose, eye socket, cheek, hair), fabric (around the hair and fields on obverse), and wear (cheek bone but not the ear/radiate crown/hair) of your Augustus coin doesn't sit right in my gut (also the C is very box-y in it's shape where nearly all others appear to be really circular). I'm not an expert, though, so take from that what you will; simply one person's gut opinion. Maybe others will have differing opinions?

    If authentic, I'd guess it's value would be around the $150 mark. Here are some ranges of quality of the type sold at CNG.
     
  9. Andrew McMenamin

    Andrew McMenamin Well-Known Member

    Your coin is:
    Augustus Æ Dupondius, RIC 56 [Caligula], Cohen 87 [Augustus], BMC 88
    Caligula & Divus Augustus Æ Dupondius. 37-41 AD. CONSENSV SENAT ET EQ ORDIN P Q R, laureate & togate statue of Gaius Caligula seated left on curule chair, holding branch / DIVVS AVGVSTVS S-C, radiate head of Divus Augustus left. Cohen 87

    It appears to be an excellent specimen and genuine. Congrats!
     
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